Controversial YouTuber Logan Paul is starting 2019 off with a bang, after revealing his upcoming documentary covering the ‘flat earth’ community and launching his new ‘imPaulsive’ podcast.
Paul is now rolling out an entire web series, titled ‘Best Friends.’ The YouTuber uploaded a trailer for the series on January 31, which featured both Paul and internet comedian Evan ‘Dwarf Mamba’ Eckenrode of Vine fame.
The trailer in question features a slew of hilarious hijinks, from the two demolishing a shack with a bulldozer, horseback riding in a corral, cross-dressing, and even being approached by law enforcement.
The series is set to launch on February 5, 2019, with episodes airing every Tuesday thereafter.
It is worth noting that Paul's new series is not a YouTube Original; following Paul's scandal in Japan's Aokigahara 'Suicide Forest,' his movie 'The Thinning 2' was postponed, and his appearance in show 'Foursome' was scrapped altogether.
This isn’t the first project Paul has unleashed in recent months, either; the YouTuber likewise spilled the tea on his upcoming ‘flat earth’ documentary during a podcast on January 31, where he admitted that his appearance at the Flat Earth International Conference in 2018 was a mere stunt made as part of the film.
Paul likewise made the jump into podcasts in recent months, launching his ‘imPaulsive’ show in mid-November of 2018.
Paul also revealed that he has an animated series in the works, as well as a mysterious music career that he called “experimental.”
Paul’s teaser for his ‘Best Friends’ series follows his “going gay” scandal in early January of 2019, where the YouTuber received widespread backlash for claiming that he would only date men for the entire month of March as part of his New Year’s resolution.